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YOU DON’T HAVE TO BE BUDDHIST

You Don’t Have To Be Buddhist To Realise The Buddha’s Teaching The Buddha wasn’t! The reality of pure consciousness is non-denominational. It is beyond religion, culture or language. It is natural being. Extremists cling to their religion, culture and language, … Continue reading

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BUDDHISM IS …

Buddhism Is … … recognition … and the realisation of that recognition. All appearances are temporary occurrences in the churning-mind-machine. Consciousness recognises these appearances, and realises that are they recognised by virtue of consciousness itself. We are that consciousness. Through … Continue reading

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I FINALLY FORGIVE MYSELF

I Finally Forgive Myself I recognised that, as long as I stayed in a spiritual centre, there would be a sense of guilt and dissatisfaction: this was because of being surrounded by ‘jobsworths’. Jobsworth: A person in authority (esp. a … Continue reading

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TRANSFORMATION OF APPRECIATION

Transformation of Appreciation Genuine appreciation of spiritual teachings Recognising a quality and valuing it. This can only occur when we experience and recognise an inner change. Then we know that the teachings work. How can we appreciated them otherwise? Saying we … Continue reading

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WHAT IS THE GREAT SECRET?

What Is The Great Secret? Secret: something not known by others. From the Latin secretus: separate, set apart. What is the great spiritual secret? You’re going to love this 😀 A secret is self-known! Not that which is told by … Continue reading

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REALISATION IS A BIT OF A SHOCK!

Realisation is a bit of a shock!  The world is a beautiful rose garden, with thorns.  Once we start to understand the nature of Samsara and Nirvana (the two truths), we then begin to understand why we are here – … Continue reading

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MUDDY WATERS

MUDDY WATERS The mud is obscurations. The water, our essence. Muddy water clears with meditation. Addiction to looking stirs the mud again. By looking, recognising and dropping, essence is revealed. Realising there never was any mud, there is nothing to … Continue reading

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